2022 Tasmanian Calendar

All dates and venues subject to change, please keep an eye here, on Facebook or on the electronic calendar for updates.

Calendar is correct as at 16th December 2021

Please note some events have varied from the normal ”third weekend of the month” for various reasons.

  • January 25th – Tasmanian Titles planning meeting, online conference, contact the club for more information
  • February 6th – Section setting, Jericho
  • February 13th – Round 1, Jericho
  • February 19th-20th – North West Motorcycle Show, Ulverstone CANCELLED
  • February 26th – Section setting, Tasmanian Titles (Saturday, please assist if possible)
  • March 5th-6th – Trials School, Mt Joy CANCELLED
  • March 12th-13th – Tasmanian Titles, Mt Joy
  • March 26th – Gate Trial setting, Mole Creek
  • April 3rd – Gate Trial, Mole Creek
  • April 16th-17th- Two day Easter Trial, Glenmaggie (Vic)
  • April 24th – Section setting, Dilston
  • May 1st – Round 2, Dilston
  • May 15th – Section setting, Royal George
  • May 22nd – Round 3, Royal George
  • June 12th-13th – Queens Birthday Two Day, Argyle (Vic)
  • June 18th – Scottish Trial setting, Antill Ponds
  • June 19th – Scottish Trial (TdN fundraiser), Antill Ponds
  • July 10th – Section setting, Melton Mowbray
  • July 17th – Round 4, Melton Mowbray
  • July 31st – Training day, Mt Joy
  • August 14th – Section setting, Upper Natone
  • August 21st – Round 5, Upper Natone
  • September 11th – Section setting, Mt Joy
  • September 18th – Round 6, Mt Joy
  • September 24th-25th – Trial des Nations – Monza, Italy
  • October 8th-9th – Australian Trials Championships, Jarrahdale, Western Australia
  • October 16th – Section setting, Oatlands
  • October 23rd – Round 7, Oatlands
  • November 13th – Section setting, Melrose
  • November 19th – Twinshock Challenge, Melrose
  • November 20th – Round 8, Melrose
  • December – Christmas break-up TBA

Click here to download a printable version of the calendar.

Section setting dates are NOT set in stone and are provided as a guide.  Check with someone from the relevant region to confirm.

Events start at 10am, if you’re riding try and get there around 9am so you’ve got time to check in and get your bike scrutineered.

Come and try days are a great opportunity for potential riders to get aboard a bike and see if it’s comfortable before going out and buying their own.

This calendar is also available online, event locations are shown in the event details on Google Map and will work in any browser:
TMTC Online Calendar (opens in a new window)

If you’d prefer to print out a map, check the Maps section here.

You can also copy and paste this link to import this calendar directly into any application that supports the iCal format, such as Outlook or Google Calendar: